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Nov 16, 2013 8:50am EST
in the 21st century america. we are fortunate to have three respected and accomplished scholars with us tonight to explore the role of george wallace in birmingham civil rights struggle and the legacy of wallace in our politics and culture today. our first speaker will be dan t. carter. he has served as professor and visiting scholar at emory university, university of maryland, university of wisconsin, london's westminster university, cambridge university, university of genera and the university of south carolina. his book, "scottsboro" won the prize and the smith book award. he is the author of the highly regarded biography "the politics of rage: george wallace, the origins of the new conservatism and the transformation of american politics." our second speaker will be dr. glen t. eskew. he is professor of history at georgia state university. birmingham native. he is author of the book "but for birmingham: the local and national movements in the civil rights struggle," which received the frances butler simkins prize at the southern historical association, and he aauthor of the forthcom
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